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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 25, 1971

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 25, 1971

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02212

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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Jewish Floridian
Combinino. THl JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
:.4 ;.urr.>er lo
Miami, Florida Friday, June 25, 1971
Fr;ce
News Briefs
jurist Activity Increases
AVIV 'JTA' Twenty-two acts of Arab terrori-sm were
the we-.-k of Jurn' t>-12 double |he number of the previ-
< .rd-.riK to Israeli authorities Sixteen ot the June
. lenta t.*>k placj in the Gaza snip, causing the biggest
|i -..II in recent months three local Arabs kili.-d and
Increased Egyptian activitj along the Suez Canal from
.1 in the disclosure by Israel thai three Egyptian soldiers
iana were captured in the Sii early this month An
. .mmuniqu.' described the soldiers is a staff ergeant, i
poral and u private who cross.-.! ;h.- canal m a rubber
pparently on an Intelligence-gathering mission. The> car-
sehitthm rifles and frogmen suits. Israel '-. is filed com-
:h the United Nations Truce Supervision Orgai '.on
r over another overfl ght of Israeli positioni by two Egyp-
i this month. A> in the previous Incidenl [si tel anti-air-
Miital. Potter Workers Return
, AVIV iJTAi Iboul 5.000
ric powi tack in
Sundi fter week strikes. Bui troubles p in-

t Ashdod to I port in for s
is up c irgo. A '
:.">' r work stopp
a ': rs who wei end
ter the ( binet invoke d emei ;-to-work
ns Meanwhil ill was brewing it the lei ipam
mk-and pected ai Ilj to tt* lership
ivernment's action. The striking ho
t > m.'iit and service personnel I 1,000 phy-
obae s k-to work order Issued Friday by Health
Victor Sh mto\ ol Ma pent following tn rtcy session
Cabinet But they lid so with unconcealed bitl rnesi ind have
I with Ministi > offii lab ind witl th ;v
Vutho "
\th Aleksandrovich 'Very III'
YORK iWNS Ba m ii imDr V Portnoy
.- .ni her former personal physician, i lean : k
said Ruth Al. kaandrovich, now serving i one-year prison
illeged ..iii-S.i.:.i activities, ivas probab
: R prison ind could well irders. Dr
report, dated June 8, md the ignosis,
lc at press conference .i the headquar Anti-
f League of B'nai B'rith
fotestants Criticize Proposals
SALEM iWNS) idera of the 1.500 cals
23 cuntn. meeting here commended Israel for the scrupu-
with which it has protected Chritian holy places and
p and called for the preservation of Jerusalem as a united
..t all COatt." Noting that "Jerusalem has never been the
tal of any people except for the Jewish people." they said "We
struck by the fact that since the Six-Day War ill people in-
to worship in the place of their choice, unlike the situation
i 'a.ned during the period 194WT."
rraiment Of Jews Condemned
CINCINNATI IWNS) The second nation il conference )l
lit hern Baptists ami Jewish SChol irs end.sj a four-day session by
bi-ting resolutior.s condemning the treatment of Jews, Baptists
i\ ither Christians in the Soviet Union and condemning "the un-
i onfiMmatd >t the ailing Ruth Alelaandrovlch In a brutalizing
up which imperils her life it also condemned "the forth-
Ing trials in Kishinev and in 111- ssa of S iviet citizens who are
6 nied religious liberty, cultural self-determination and she
jhi to emigrate, i right to whieh the Soviet Union is pledged as
:ner of th.- U N, Universal Declaration of Human Rights." The
was sponsored i>> the Southern Baptist Mlasior u I the
Icm i-ti Committee.
\iireement Ends Strike
MEW YORK JTAi A definite agreement to end i
k lom- strike by 900 professional and cl
Bond Organization was announced thU w miza-
' ind the striking union Leon Bersteln executive vice pi -
bond oi tlon md Richard M irl in ex :-,-or of
1707, Community and S il Agencj Ema A*VCI'
i the employees were returning to work W
national h- idquarters hen- and It some 60 braiK*
hout the United States The avei ige salarj
fcrkera under the expired contracl had been S14.00
average olerioai workers ss irj ** k "",: '
union.
Israel Willing to Renew
Diplomatic Relations
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Israel's For-
eign Minister Abba Eban has.
for the second time in I
lays, brought up the subject of
Israel's willingness to renew its
diplomatic relations with Mos-
cow. In a Tuesday news confer-
ence he declared, "We are ready
for such discussions, and Israel
hopes that contact will take
place."
Mr. Khan previously had re-
marked to a croup of conserva-
tive Jewish reUgtens leaders from
the I ii it .-il States that he would
not I*- surprised il the I'.S.S.K.
tried to reestablish relations
with Israel in the near future.
II.- suggested that the Soviets
AIU'.A KBAN
Reconstituted Jewish
Agency Pact Signed
JERUSALEM (JTA' The
agreement on the reconstitution
ol the Jewish Agency with
ii il: the Executive to be
posed of non-Zion was
signed here Monday before the
founding assembly of the en-
i Agency began at the
Convention Center.
In his keynote speech. Agency
chairman Louis A Pincus de-
I. "The first .md foremost
if the i iska that confront
the r.-scue of Jews From coun-
escue
- Jews ft in 'ft in
the Arab counti ies is lltei
a matter of life an I leath, he
added.
The Agency's work in sbsorb
inc immigrants has had magnifi-
cent leeidla, linens said, and
their arrival Is "a great Mess
bag for Israel." But now. he
'iid. "things have reached the
dancer point." and what is re
quired e, "thought, pioneering,
experiment and above all lew
of Israel pure and simple." Not
to he forgotten, he noted, n "the
heroic struggle of the Soviet
.lews for the right to immigrate
to Israel which mast he the
free man wherever he be."
The Jewish Agency bears "the
.; : ol respoi sibility
with all it implies." Pincus as-
serted, and "if, God forbid, the
we raise fall short Ol
needs, it will you who make
the agonizing decision as to
which vital service will be cut."'
The chairman concluded: "We
are entering into thus partner-
it a time when no signs of
peace ire discernible when
Russi i is deepening her Influence
and involvement in the region
. Let us prove worthj ol
responsibility that history has
imposed upon us"
In i relati d devel ipmi nt, Dr,
illy step-
p i down last nlghl after 10
years as world chairman of the
Keren Hayesod, the United Is-
rael Appeal, Dr Goldstein, who
w is 7.") last Friday, Is sue-
by Ezra /.. Shapiro, 68, a lawyer
and communal leader of Cleve-
land. O., who will relocate in
Israel. Rabbi Israel Miller. pres-
id.-nt of the American Zionist
Federation, was nominated to
the Jewish Agency .Executive.
nssgfcj want to "extend their
pr.-seiu-e in the Middle Bast" by
renewing relations with Israel
and fiat the lack of such rela-
tions inhibits Soviet policy in
the area.
There is no way to assess the
effect of such a renewal upon
the Arab world or on the Middle
crisis, but in the Israeli
view, it would provide another
contact with Egypt.
Before the 1967 war. the Soviet
union maintained a large
i'I in Tel Aviv, but
that time the Finnish Frr-
I issy has looked after Rus
sts ai d the onlj East
concern <>i every .lew and every
intrj mainl
ns with ,:
R
Reports that Premier <>.>lda
M.-ir bad held secret meetings
with Soviet officials during her
recenl visit to Scandinavia were
officially denied, but she did say
that Israel was anxious t< re-
new diplomatic relations with
Russia.
- Meir, Lab "
7...mist delegates attending th-?
Jewish Agency assembly this
v. e -k. Ii c lared, "We do not want
war, but the possibility exists
thai the Egyptians will launch
om She predicte I, hou
that a new war with E|
M lid end the same as the last
one w itli thi
Similar predictions w
by Defense Minister Moshc Day-
an and Gen. Maim Bar-Lev, the
ed Forces Chief of Staff.
who warned thai unless -
progress is m ide toward an in-
terim settlement, there us danger
that hostilities may be resumed.
The new shipments to Egypt ar-*
dangerous, he observed, becaus-'
they bolster Egypt's confidence
in its military prowess.
Israeli Scientist Invents
Explosive Detection Device
TEL AVIV i JTA1 Interna-
tional aviation and police cir-
cles have expressed interest in
a n-'w explosive-detection device
Invented by Israeli scientists
Ames Linenberg and manufac-
tured by Hydronautics Israel
Ltd in Rehevoth.
The portable dev ice is s.ud to
1- il.le to detect even tiny part
i >f concealed explosives \
lines and airport authorities ire
interested because of the rash
of hijackings, bombii .- u I
rtb threats In recent years
I n linenberg, 36 is a i
u ite ol the rlebrew Unh
ind has studied In th
St itea Police offici ib <"A vari-
i ill be de-
... i t deted
. tch as naro
JDC Helped Rehabilitate
300,000 Jews Last Year
NEW YORK i JTA i The
Joint Distribution Committee
aided in the rehabilitation of
more than ;!00.000 Jews in 25
countries at a cost of more than
$23 million during 1970, accord-
ing to a report mad.- by execu-
tive vice chairman Samuel L.
Haber.
The JDC. which is funded
mainly by the United Jewish
Appeal, performed 90' ol its
relief chores in Israel. Europe
and the Moslem countries where
the repercussions of the Six-Day
War were strongest, Mr. Haber
said in Ins annual report. JIX'
efforts in Israel alone accounted
about 38* of the over-all
budget nearly $9 million and
aided 95,000 persona,
Of that total. Sfi.'i million went
for JDlVMalhen aid to Oie a^.-.t.
ill and handicapped: more than
SI million was lined to sutmidize.
ORT vocational programs, and
$8X0.000 for sapport of relsgtoiBB
and cultural activities.
The principal JDC/Malben
projects were a 400-bed geri-
atric hospital, which care for
2.400 pationa a month, nine old-
age hom.s and its programs of
subsidized or rent-free housing,
health insurance, housekeeping
help and day care.
In Europe, Mr. Haber report-
ed, JDC help more than 164.000
Jews last year, spending near-
ly $." million in Western Europe
alone. Eastern European pro-
grams centered <>n Rumania an I
Yugoslavia; Moslem countries in
h it was active in.-;
Morocco, Tunisian and Iran.


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Levy Named To Temple Announces
Radical Change In
Jr. High Program
Serve 2nd Term
r \ Levy, a member of the
i r Miami Jew ksh FeoVr iti in'a
directnra, has !' n n imed
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net, la a t. stimony to ih.' in-
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the part il the risi
"i A Ji .v.. The dynamic
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will most certainlj make 1971 ii

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community with the Presidents'
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Miami Jewish Federation.
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University, Mr. Levj ..- tive in
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A radical departure from tra-
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has been announced for the junior
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>f Greater Miami beginning next
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Classes "ill be held one Satur-
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.1 full day "f wide range of ac-
tivity and study instead of the
iveekly two-hour morning which
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thr tughout Greater Miami and the
n and has been tho policy at
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during the -t' years of it< existence.
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ior high school students will have
their own worship service and so-
cial program on the Friday night
preceding their monthly Sabbath
of study. Each conference session
will be built around one idea
the theme will be set at the
service and carried through the
following day.
Tho youngsters in kindergarten
through sixth grade and the senior
high department will continue the
traditional weekly Sunday school
with a changed emphasis |n cur-
riculum that has been developed
around a weekly core theme.
The "Summer Sunday Family Programs" at YMHA running
through Labor Day are being planned by, from left, (stand-
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bership committee; Sandy Bochner, president pro-tem, 'Y
Men's Club; (seated) Mrs. Lee Shapiro, 'Y' Women presi-
dent; Dr. William Levin, chairman and Mrs. Ben Stone.,
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1uctuiUMj of th* pubhc school system to fit tho needs of
Amarvca in the last quarter of the 20lh Cantury. Retc-ous
pssrulisii and athnac diearaay might better be sfsd in
thu cauldron of fee pubuc school than m the pr.rocy of "he
parocbaal schooL
, smx Cist rue si
' u w lHdw m rtoscts usl dMt
1 -(fee saw c* u
uaus arij cr tfer roows *>>
K sasiuitx for tfee taw
whw tfep sew erd adyr*-
aetf to ru sew rcssueessUitvs it
*'~* to sm fftsx a siso sufbrs
fraoB dw suuses rm of th*
U misiesu ir. Witfe .u rw
-- hswj j.^, I ksto s>
*rtd a v7 srneus oc* i ^u
w* J?r^ed tfer ptebt ef dK
Mem nj b auchaac
'-c \* I aoaM wUH the
nets cist akast a^wpw sty apr
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Mftj
wefl nu a* v^
of it wacu I rvwi as
artktar soasrwtorr Tfeit
M was ac tasajcr poaaabar to a*
tae fuses aad ouarr jw-ltus af
cuttir tar

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-Mast riQup aunujr at
a> Aamea md wtkat.
r. was tfer ifeoefeaua, revcia-
wasl of ifee J*ws had
OOQ* sad an
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TT IX a report to tfer Amrr-
" J*wuto Onuwnu rwrmh.
Soootoepat Aarw WaaV cfeunud
that tfer uadrr S30CX was
**" to 15-S. rrprneauss; more
than 7S600O peopir and that
efoar to a maUiee .r. au wouU
raJJ ;to the saw*- psry
1V> T-yth of tfer affluent >
at least for this mifcnii 1.
that
And last wee* Itruri.
Raou Artfeur Ileftibri, ,
a rweopmc mtmini oT that na-
tanfa pohtarai and reaapous
for its apatoy and
Ber (for tor
rwmbreads tfeat rupeuarve Vferaey
-. the tonrur -.tet
Tjrri tato katofes pcfea
it was rtirap sr
by tfee nr* aut
.V-sh ftapacs and you
Base aorue idea at how wr uar-
Try aoane ot -iae rfutoes
au your tods todfey and are wfeat
napjwn.
t~T E\t> rrtrtinc tfer re-
0/ our older Jewn
to Mrs Woate
of tfeaar !rvto< jj po*rrr>
vr SO years of a rreord one of aectect of tfeear
problem*, not to *.. *et*
as we rator funds fur awasT*
tfeuax hut sropar whs deeper
atrty aeed aame sort jf feeto.
And il*s rifht st home here ui
thr KJC rrr ~weulthy Miami Brack" where
onar 30.000 J^ws over 5 w^re
htnc at toe poverty le*rl
Greater Miaan. Jewish Fed-
ratoei n not unaware of :ts re-
pnauaMKj to Uus area, it must
be a 5 -
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tlr. and Mrs. Frumkes Official
Delegates To Plenary Session
Mrs M.'lvyn Frumkes
official delegate! repre-
. Greater Miami Jewish
l : at the Plenary Session
. 'ional Jewish Community
Advisory Council ih:s
ii Atlanta. The Plenary
. the annual delegated
the nine national Jew-
zatlons tnd 87 local Jew-
ill that comprise the
The Greater Miami
ler ition will be officially
at this meeting as a
i ncy through its Com-
plainey Committee.
utatanding public per-
ui Jewish organiza-
, i-s who will have roles
gram are: Hon. Yitzhak
' nbassador of Israel to
i States: Senator Sam
,' of North Carolina; Mrs.
: evtoie, president Of the
Women's Division. Annr-
i"a -h Congress: Dr. William
r. preaident of B'nal
iiii Alexander M Schin-
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MUVrN FffUMMS
American Hebrew Congregations:
Philip E. Hoffman, president of
thi Ami rican Jewish Committee;
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* Jen i it fkrkJUr
Shevin Main Speaker
At Patriotic Rally
HIf AViWiny <>-wra 1
!. th. alter at th.
. i.: .-.i.ual patriotic rally in trw-
i B u A 7:30
Thursday. Jv..
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Temp* Emami-KI Dc David
Raab, mw i Ra-
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Headmaster Named
i in Pine, l*h D h.ail-
aab i ui Sand*
point an.I I'ountry D.i>
School dan 19G1. has wctplftl
sinulHt paBttion with the Horizon
Sstoai l'- for GOtad <*hlUtrrn.
I al Southwvst 92nd Av.-nu.
and CSad SUaat, it has been an-
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It Kin., who ha been railed
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Four Freedoms Nursing Home.
4.. Collins Ave was announced
Blrf, is the newly-elected
president of the Flo:
Nursing Homes Association.
District 1
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hm/lsi fhrurh'.-iin
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Max Lcrner
Sees It
NEW YORK Tlir prlMMrs Issue i- more than an "issue":
i trauma, i n. open wound. It is a nest of scorpions: Touch
from any direction and they may sting you to the death.
PmMent Nixon haa .1 sharp position that he win not
th- but American soldiers and airmen out of the war as
aa the American prisoners are held. Surely he feds this
pnsly. but just as surely it tl a neat ploy, using, the human
vrn for the prisoners to eat popular support tor his phased
Ihdr.iwal schedule.
This |* "politics." certainh Bui 1- ii any more political then
Hanoi position? Nixon says, "We will stay as long as you
th.' pctsoneB." To uhich Hanoi replies, "We will hold the
boom aa ions as you don't set a total withdrawal date. But
will lead the prisoner* home tomorrow, courtesy ol Clark
(ford. Averell Harriman and other right-) Ink ng Americans,
r tor t'M or cocktails or 1 funeral dirge, if you say you
|1 I*- out 1 in a date we
tomtits-; Ol urse it is, on oth sides. The facl is that
m the time the Ami the Vietnamese mire
war baa beei rilj on th.' domestic American
it fought there by both sides. It still Is. When Nut
s< rretary says thai Clark Clifford's blockbuster Is Demo-
tic politics, he Lsn I 1 Idine lo our information. But he should
thai Cirri >rd Harr 11 I 1 number ol Republii
want
Pn dei t Nixoi I that the No
? I questioi
St u '1
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' era!I
POV 5 iv I thin
t
. 1
l*.N. th sid
:. d Koje.
; iry points out
r treat line on whi thi
. international war or 1 civil 1 and Hanoi chop's to
il aa a ch ii > and handles the POW iccordingly But (or
il the matte:' it was .1 cud war when it
: in South Vieti 1 1. but with the Intervention from Wash-
rton and Hai I to speak of aims from Peking and Mot*
1 it has bt nti rn itional war.
The rules of ht to I polit ally neutral, not de-
.; on each lidea e\ I thi morality of the other in
war 10I, 11 you can treat row's to
-,rt them, to ting of them, to rei 1 fcages
them ill In the name of the enemy's scandalous role
-. you can : lers al home
. mad piki
\\ii\t HAPPENED in the Kon 'hat thi POW
||j on the qu tion ol 1 to see
they wanted I Ihe bill
[ ti not h ipi Ih tl
r comet it il I e let I
th it their side's
I 1 had to be sent I
not buy
tice i>\ in- iRhtcr or
j he s 1,! Noti this w not N m\
Averell I rrumai n '::'' war
18 montha and 140,1 00 cas iltiea
tide convinced the other on row-, but because
oh Stalin died, and his death gave a ch 1 vcryonc
sians Chinese, Americans to recognize hw idly tired
) v.ei,' of the war.
The POWa are human beings, With families, friends, com-
linities No group of political lenders has the right to treat
fcm as .1 they were objCCta to be manipulated. Nixon IS right
be concerned about them humanly, but not to make their re-
a rigid precondition of fmai American phasing out: the
>.v issuo us. and must be, part of the total package of bargain,
oser the peace. Hanoi is bitter over the tenacity by which
Americans have held on. Hut this doesn't tfive Hanoi the
kin to uae the POWa al a cudgel to heat Nixon with.
If we cant got a human settlement of the Issue it will
k a- us at the wars mca into a bundle oi incrtmlnattona and rages.
Dr. Joel 15. Dennis
Reflected by Hillel
At the annual mei tint; if the
board of th. 11 I |
Community Day School, Dr. Joel
I B. l >enn as tuwnimou re-
elected president for the 1971-73
M-hooi year.
Officers sesviag .mttfUr Daav
nis will include Don Solomon, vice
president; Arthur Lipaon, treas-
urer, and Morion u. Zemel secre-
tary.
Dr. D'nn..s appointed the foiiow-
1 big committee chairmen; I>'onard
, Schreiber, executive: Irving ('.in-
ner, finance; Irving Kuttler. edu-
cation: Arthur UpSOO, budget:
Saul Schreiber, scholarship: lion!
Solomon, personnel; Judge Arthur I
W in, f.H>d services, and William
Wo low it/, transnortation.
Harvey Baxter, Hen Cwnad and!
Theodore Lerner were named mem-
bers*at-large ol the executive
committee,

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Promenade Restaurant ol the new Miamarina recently
Guest speaker for the event was Jack Gordon, president ot
Washington Federal Savings & Loan Association and pub-
lisher of The Miami Beach Sun. From left to right are San-
ford Levkoff of Ace Letter Service, cochairman of the event.
Walter Robshaw of National Airlines, the host for the
cocktail reception; Mr. Gordon; Al Wolf of Hank Meye:
Associates, and Marshall J. Simmons oi Marshall J. Sim
moos Advertising, cochairmen.

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*Mnisti F/cridUar
Vaqe 9-A
\achets Chronicle Past
I'cnts In Miami History
history can be found i".
ilcs, muieuni i
i -. old photographs,
. have followed Mia
opes.
Imprinti d
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events In Ml
isenthal h is been
iwoi I aixiut Miami i
hen he sen! self-ad
. with his first cacha I
the Miami Food Sh?
it. II unea Exposition it
.; i 4es Coliseum Ai
salesman by profi ssion
hal's cachet work
tlj as a hobby with i ic-
.1 :i of his own
He would selecl an ap-
in and tl< si )
I i>ul publicity t phi! itelic
>ns i in Ihe date lo br
Rosenthal woul I
|t c chi t-imprinti d
..... po*.| offta for
nd mailing.
I bv the f i'ii' ms I !i
I'.-i in 1933 gener ite I
- interest Mr R
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i that occasion
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National Park
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in which Miami will have ;\
David Rosenthal shows Ar.ita Abbott cachets and original
art work commenorating the issuing of a three-cent stamp
in honor of the opening of Everglades National Park in 1947.
Rosenthal's scrapbooks chronicle (he history of Miami.
Temple Zion's New
Officers Elected
Dr Stanli j I 'annon has
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Serving on the ex
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Bnai Zion Reelects
Reiser And Fliegel
Sarru* | R r tA Miami B aeli
h.is been its to th- national
Exacutlve Board 6\ BnaJ Zfcm, tin
American internal Zionist organi-
sation and Hym.m .1 FliegH of
Mi imi Beach was reeleeted in-
vestment coun-i'I. during ih. 62nd
annual national convention, held
Decently In Mont la NY
Mr FUegvl, n former national
lent -f Bnal /. m, actively
r i lpa,t*d in the convention ses-
sions as a speaker and also pre-
. led .it nportant iii narj
M re than 5 0 A> legates and
guesta ist 1 imi at-
t. nded (he f xir-day conclave. They
I to h'>i i a dual oalebratkHi
ior mberahip :
:i 1972 to n
the 25tb anniversax) if the estab-
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BnaJ San colony in Israel, and
ti> mark the forma! 1-
o: the America-Israel Friend-
ship House, whii-h in being sal
l .ii Manhattan,
The Friendship House drill
i national headquarti 11 of
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ill lymbolize the active Intel
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between America and Itv Btati
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Page 11-A
Tiis Week In History...
\Bo This WMlU !!:*!
n Kiep, Hi" new d rman
yew York, assured I '< -
txc iii Jews; "(teiman
have ii" worry about
bre. Violent MiU-Semit-
eh liki' kuent Commun-
producl oi Germany's
Mesperate economic eon-
till pass i 'ini the German
i i, tha aconomlc con-
Hie Fatherl ind Improves."
a ish National Council
Iteumii hM Palestine
l the world's lowest mor-
oer 1.1)00.
fully"
In .- living the refugee prob-
i\ in if
Ins led i"

n mi.
i' -(vnt iry-old
the ClV'.lt I' Hi of
Jew ish communi-
writing in I'\.'--
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\ Vppellate Court
I
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V'iei
for
tr Kw> t'"- Week; I Ml
I i '
Adolf Ejchm inn in the second
<> k of his defense, insisted he
had had no role in the mutder ol
six million Jews. Questioned about
an aide's killing ol ICO children
.a 24 days, he proclaimed his in-
nocence i>\ explaining: Ii I had
handled the matter it would not i
have taken '2A da] -
l >r Hans Globke, West G u
State Secretary, accused by Eich-I
in inn ol responsibility for tii re-
pression ol lews, said the legisla-
was "initiated" by Deputy
Fuehrer Rudolf Hess, ii-- himself
fought the move, Globke said.
80 Participating In
Histadrut's Special
14-Day Study Tour
Adult Summer Day Camp's In Session
A study by an Israeli found that
">'< r. ot the German Jew- who
nad married ince the end of
World War II had wed non-Jews.
Robert Briscoe, the (Jewish I
l ord Mayor of Dublin, was re-
elected bj a 22-21 vote of the City
I nir.cil.
Frederick F. Grecnman, presi-
dent of the Ann ric in Jewish Com-
mittee for a > ar, died in New
York t t'n. age ol 68.
S i!o nor S ick, w ho left Vilna
in 1914 i- a penniless laborer and
became i millionaire and philan-
thropist in Chile, died there at 69
The Federation of Jewish Phi-
i ianthropies of New York initiated
i tii, si(i:.' million capil 11
nenl program, "the
iking ever
ill i \ ilunt try wi (fare
al and so-
p
The Adult Summer Day Camp.
conducted at the Ida M. Fisher
Community School, 1424 Drexel
A\... opened for Its third season
t his week, according to Murray
Wcrgeli s. hi ad counselor,
The camp, which is free and
.)|'n to hoth men and wnnn n. is
iperattd aloni: the lines of a typ-
ical dew camp, with a variety of
educational and recreational activ-
ities coordinated by a camp direc-
tor and head counselor.
Conceived by the Fisher Com-
munity Council two years ago, the
camp, conducted ilail.i lay
through Fridoj includes an after-
noon lei lati |c Mi ntai Hi alth
Clinic consisting ol group th rapy
and vocational guidance undcrihe
I direction ol l >r. Dan M.ih i'
I a 3 p.m. Wednesday psychology
class conducted by Bernard Baron,
director ol Social Services, Miami
Beach.
The only charge made is for
dinner, which is optional. Th mi al
la soil at l p.m. daii.. ii the
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which i-
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witiiir. pattern if So-
furl
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. ..nt China's : ow-
and to
i ml with nuclear weap-
t\ it iocs not mean that
ittack i- car-
ch nese obviouxl) fi
> that it Is plain
ople will iv -
|o whal ''lev are cle ir-
, So the Chi-
I lied
l .. Chinese wor-
. Justified not wi l be
ran i me In the next
threi years. Then will
.. er monv nt
.a th of Chin, se
A.ii begin t"
th I I ind i sks At
imenl Ih Soviet be
i i .'ii.i whet he i to give
I or the order,
|>,KK l> i" >ther factor
prudent f.i: the
H bout this fu-
i 'it This i- tiv really
n.: xpense of the So-
;;. itself and als.i th.
i ;.ni maintenance of such
Soviet force at Hie end ol
Imost impossibly difficult
ly line. No one makes im-
ry cosUj preparations with
ight at ictlng on
u, than, is the ntttlve I *
in Chinese C.inmun-
Micy that hi- occurred al-
. Tii itlcWng |x>int
1 more radical future
e eii ings* cert ilnly the
President Nbc*
.1 certainly not abandon
lists t.i currj
th th i *om-
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lion and hear at
i in i about Histadi ut's role In
Israel i ici W i ngineet ing
dtural patterns.
1 Ii. y will lati the work of
Irut m all it> fields, meet
important dignitaries, government
leaders and members of the De-
; .. Forces
The tour, which i- planned to
give them the fullest possible "on
the spot" li)k at the rapidly
growing st ito, includes stays in
Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Jericho, the
Dead Sea, A. ad. Capernum. Golan
Heights, Nazareth, Hiifa and Tel
Aviv, A stay m a Kibbutz Guest
Ho us. will give them an insight
mi.i such living.
A three-day ttaj in Rome and
tour days m Florence, with tours
: of the historic sites there will also
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June 25. 1971
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Page 13-A
SYNOPSIS Of THE WlEKlY TORAH PORTION
Korach
Question
Box
Now Korati, the son of Izhar took men. and uVy rose
lip before Moses ." (Chapters XV1-XVI1I)
(iORAiTS REBELLION: A croup of Levites l-d by Korahr a
KNttbl of Moses and Aaron, and a group of R jathan, Ainram and On, were joined by 250 prominent but dis-
| nted laymen in revolt against ICoMt and Aaron. Korah
lonsidercd he had as much rip,ht as Aaron to be elevated to the
igh priesthood. Uathan and his associates sought to depose
Moses and based their claim to the leadership on their descent
m Reuben, the firstborn of Jacob. Moses challenged Korah
|b:..1 his followers to appear next day at the samtuary before
i with censers filled with lighted incense, and God Himself
mid show whom He had chosen. Were Korah and his com-
banians, he added, so discontented witto the privilege of serving
1- Levites that they sought the priesthood from A.iron whom
[i id had appointed? Dathan and Abiram, however, refused
M ises' summons to attend, and accused him of making fine
muses which he had not fulfilled angrily Moses asserted his
jrity, for Kw had never abased his power by accepting the
ightest gift trom the people.
Korah and his associates, followed by man) sympathizers,
... ared next day to undergo the teat. God, in anger at the
ipte'a lack of faith, threatemd to destroy the whole corn-
unity, but Moses and Aaron successfully interceded, arguing
.1 through one man's sin it would be wrong for the masses
It. (>. punished. Moses, having warned the people to Stand aloof
II w-he- tents of Korah. Pathan and Abiram. announced the
[t b) which the true leadership would be decided. If the
t !s died a natural death th< n Moses would he proven in the
-hould. however, thi earth swallow them alive, then it
I bi proved that thej had despised God.
No sooner had Moses spoken than Korah and \hr other
i-Is with all their possessions were lestroyed in an earth-
I .k.' and the people fled ir. terror In addition fire came from
n Lord and consumed the 250 men who ffered incense
IETTERS TO THE EDITuk
[OK. The JeWaal I loridian:
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nk yo i and t'i. .lew ish (To-
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English avs^rd for the 9th
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your award has been
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My g andfather, Alt xander Wei-
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The Jewish Floridian for many
years. The editorial page, book
reviews, Israeli news, .md reli-
gious articles are challenges to
th< intellect and soul To develop
the ability to use words to |>or-
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and accurately as the staff of the
Jewish Floridian is one of my
long range aspirations
CHERYL. ANN ZICKERUAS
SetrraieV. FU.
By RABBI SAMUEL i. FOX
Why is it that the word
"ICIokrnu" i added to the ><'-
ond part of the summons when
a Mini.m i.l trii male* is pres-
ent and that otherwise it K de-
lated when the leader saya "I-et
us hi.-ss Mini from Whom we
have eaten?"
Tradition has it that when ten
males are assembled together in a
common function of prayer the
spirit of the Almighty joins them
Therefore, when there are ten men
present the Almighty is tpecificalb
referred to since His presence is
felt to be amongst the group.
When the number is smaller
than ten, the group has to reach
out to Him, while with a group ol
ten males it is felt that His spirit
Is close by. The word "Klokenu'
means "Our God" and indicates
that there is a close relationship
between God and the group.
When should a boy begin to
put on Teflllin?
Basically, the obligation to put
on Tefillin comes when all Other
obligations come upon the lad. at
the age of 13 years and a day
the age when he becomes Bar
Mit/\ ah
Rabbi Moses Isserles in his gloss
to the Shulchan Aruch actually
specifies this daj as the first
day thai the boy puts on the Tefil-
lin i Orach Chayyim 37
B.C.his.' the Tefillin require a
certain amount of familiarity and
skill in order to put them on prop-
erly, the custom developed of 'liv-
ing the boy start to put on the
Tefillin several months before his
Bar Mitzvah so that when he
i. iched the ige >l Bar Mitzvah
he would be putting the Tefillin on
! m the prop* r m im er
There is iiso the general rule
which requires a boj to be trained
in performing the commandments
ol the Tor ih before he is obligated
to observe them so that when the
time of his obligation arrives then'
would !> no doubt that he would
perform them in as perfect man-
ner as possible.
Special emphasis seemed to have
been placed on orphans, probably
because there was a fear that in
the absence of parents to train
them, they might neglect the obli-
gation. Thus, some claim that an
orphan should start to put on thi
Tefillin at least a year in advance.
(Ol 1ST] Jui-h Telegraphic Ajency
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy ot Greater Miami, presents the Jewish Floridian Jour-
nalism Award to Cheryl Ann Zuckerman, a member oi the
school's junior high school graduating class. The Jewish
Floridian sponsors the award each year to encourage jour-
nalistic endeavors among the Academy's students.
At the recent graduation of the Community Hebrew High
School sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education, Dr.
Eugene Labovitz. Rabbi of Temple Ner Tamid and presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami pre-
sented the Jacob and Adele Kaplan Scholarship Awards,
sponsored by the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami,
to David Berger, (center) son of Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Berger and
Larry Burrows, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Burrows.
KeliaioMS <^<
9-
crvices
AT SHALOM CONOREOA.
ms aw arta a. orth.<
' Aren Ben Aron. 1
|E IMII. ZSSS SW 10th Ave.
ervatfcre. Cantor s< Ptamili 2
AM
Ken.
I |TtMFLI|, SSSO N
. S Miami, Referm Rehbl
tamfint, Canter Micheal
DAViu. ae^a SW Si* Ava.
irvativa. Rabbi Sal Landau
! am liar Mttxvah MJrh-
rli.ff, aon of Mrs. Hoi-, it..
hVi 1:19 p m Topic: "Thr Rebel-
i.n ol Korurh." Batairda) N in
EL. SOU SW 17th Ava. Orthe-
KODIIN. 1101 SW 12th Ava. <
em Traditional Rabbi Mi> .
"o. Cantor Bon Oickaon I
TOV (Temple). 4448 SW Sth
Conaervative Rabbi Simon
Cantor Itymcvr Hmkri
IL (Temple) 0 GREATER
137 NK 18th Street. Reform
Joseph R Marot 10
[LITE CINTIH. SITS SW 25th
Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Cantor Natlion Rarnan 11
ZK>N (TEMPLE). 8400 Millar Rd I
Conaervative. Rabbi Norman St. Sha. ,
ptra. Cantor Richard a Browdy. IS '
Knila) > P m Sutunlux Jam B'nal I
Mltarah: Alhui. boo of Mr and Mr.- |
MHr-hull Berk; T.mm>. i-on ot Mr
Mild Mrs. Murrlr W -> rlaul.
NMTH MIAMI
B T M MOSHE CONGREGATION ,
11*00 W. Oixte Hwy. Conearvatlve.
Rabbi Jeeeph Corfinkel. Cantor
Bon Zion Kirachenbaum. SS i
MIAMI IfACH
AQUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Iver. 17 j
OaTM ISRAElTtTO 40th Si Orthodox
Rabbi ataral Wain IS
aTH JACOB. S01 Waahinaton Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Svrir.
eky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. It
BETH RAPMaTl"~(7eMPLB>.'*
Jeffeeaon Ava. Conaarvativa Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOm" (TEMPLE!. IW
Chaoo Ava. Liberal. Rabbi Loon
Hron.ah. Cantor David Conviaar 21
nur1 Ion thi mu.h u.-< u.,,.,1 .;iti C.....Iron Puj Tni.un To
A I'r. >ul. in" Btrelaj !"< m
KViduy t:lfi p m Tooplc: "A Host un-
i mihii>lrt thi fact Ihat we urt su1-
'' -1:i*- tcdio more from h communica-
tion cup than b Ri-iu-raiion pa 10:10
a m Bar Mttavab: Rohcrl Hi nnelt
PrSBSr, Mill of Mr. Mi'i Mrs. Hichari!
Praeer.
HCBRCW AOAOEMV 2400 Pinatraa
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Atoxandar a
Qroaa. 25
CONO. AN-NELL (Branch ot He
brow Academy). 7th St. and Meri-
dian Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-MIII-l. 2S-A
JACOB C. lumen COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Waahington Ava
Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor H. Stern
Cantor Mayor Enoal. ft
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Sail 27
MENORAM (TEMPLE) S20 75th St
Conaarvativa. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitx. Cantor Nice reldman 2S
Kri(iK\ p m. Saturday B a in Har
Mitivari Kiirr.ll Cordon aon ( Mr-
Murn I Gordon; .lu.in ^arlo^ Zlxlo I-
b..im. -on .,( Mr and .Mr Abe Znti.l-
boiin
NER TAMIO (TBM.B). 80th St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Coniervatlva.
Rabbi ona Laboviu Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 2*
OHEV SHALOM. <05 Bonlta Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber-
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. S4B
Coilina Ava. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa. Si
CONGREGATION EYZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Waahington Avo. Rabbi Avrohom
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conaervative. Rabbi Chariea Rwboi.
Cantor Jack Lamer. SS
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH CADE
1SS01 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform
Rabbi Ralph p. Klnsaley. Cantor
Irving bhUlkee.
Friday H:15 p.m. Topic: "What's New
at the CCAKT" Saturday 10:18 am
Har Mitzvah: Joseph C.ricn. son of
Mr and Mrs Robert "Iron
a
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N.E.
18th Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah P.
Caplan. SS
YOUNG ISRAEL OP GREATER
MIAMI. 880 NE 171et St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftall Porveh. 88
rTida) I P'n Salunl:i> m Bar
Mitixah Rlrbard Ktniif. .-" ol Mr
.in.i Mr- Murray Bfrtan
CChtAl CAilfS
JUOEA (TEMPLE) 6500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morria Kipper 40
2AM0RA (TE"PLE) 44 Zamnra Ava
Conaarvativa. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Friday p m Saturday V4."> h m
FT. lAUOt DAll
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 847 t
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldoe
Edwarda. Cantor Maurice New. 4T
EMANL'-EL. 1245 W. Oakland Para
Rjvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ah
rama. Cantor. Jerome Klemont. *
POMTANO 1CACM
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 112 SE 11th Ao.
Conaervative. Rabbi Morria A. Skop.
Cantor Erroat Sehrelbor 4
svtpsm
MOOAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
8281 Harding Ava., Surfeide, Town
Hall Orthedox. Rebbi laaac O Vina,
MAllANOAU
HALLANDALC JEWISH CENTBA
128 N. E. lot Ava. 44
H0UTW0O0
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S. 14 Av*
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 44
Friday 8:15 p.m Topic by Mr Sanni- I
I. Beasln: "In Th.w Modern Tl^no^
Who NaS4l The SabbathT'
BETH SHALOM (TEMfLIV 1TBB
Monroe t. Conaervative Rabbi
Morton Malavehy. Cantor Irvinu
Gold. 44
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnaan St.
Conaervative. Rabbi David Shapiro,
Canter Vehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIHAMAt
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 88P8 E.W. S88h Bt
Conaarvativa. Rabbi EHIot J. Wlno-
grad Cantor Abraham Koeter. 48
MARGATI
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 8101
N.W. Sth St.

OM (Timpt) 0/S8 S.W. 18th I ,rH TFILAH 818 Euclid Ave. Or
onaervatlva. Rabbi Ralph Glix- thodox. Rabbi woopn E Rackov-
14 ahv
Oroner.
H
ETH ISRABL 8SM N Miami BETH YOSBPH CHAIM CONGREGA
arri ISRAEL. MOO N Miami _.... M, M,rldian Avenue 22*
Conaarvativa. Rabbi Maurice
14
p in BanaMM i Joanri r-
ti\enlanca Battiida) '
MTH JACOB (Temple) 851 E
I Ave Conaervative. Rabbi Na-
2olondck. '*
'rinai' SdS MarfdTan Avenue 22-A
CUBAN SEBNEW CONGREGATION
i"^ waahinaton Ave Orthodox^
Rabbi Oow Roiencwaig
MANUEL rTBMViij..'!".**
mgton Ave Conaarvativa. Rabbi Irv-
^ Lehrm.n. Cantor ZviAdirr M
,., i ehrman .ll
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 78th Street Cauee-
way. North Bay Village. Conaerva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 12-A
NORTH MIAMI BIACH
e.OATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLE). 1025
N E. Miami Oardena Drive. Con-
eervative. Rabbi Milton Schlinakv
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 11
BETH TORAH NL Sm tt 48 11th
Ava Conaar.ative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achiti. Cantor Jacob Reneer. 14
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LEGAl NOT KI
LEGAL KOTKI
LEGAL NOTKE
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LEGAL NOTKE
oTICd UNDER
Etious NAME LAW
Fi- HEREBY OrVBN
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bus name m
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HCLI* COURT OF THE
|TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 70-1S4M
AMENDED
:e by publication
III'.i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAUL
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71. 1085*
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
s\ L\ .\ N L|
Plalni
THi 'MAS SI TTl i.N IB
1 III' IM \.-. si 1 Tl i.V II:
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ii i hi<
You, THi '41 \s Bl'TTi i.N JH
hert-b) that i:
plain! I I m .!. haii be< n filed
' .t'll I U
ur A r I'leail
CompUinl
plalni
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 70-19501
suit for divorce
' tN II Mi Ml.I.i il'
IMaii
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I 'I I.IAN HARRINUTON Mi Ml.I.' !'
idant
I.II.I.IAN BAREINOTi >N
Mi KM.I.i IJV
tflll
Vi u LILLIAN UAKRINOTON Mo-
........I II
Hill '.i Complaint foi i .
U. uml you
I to ki vi .i npj
Answer ..r ci, adinu '" Hi. I
|l.\ PBUB Hi IUBT,
y \\\\.\ vv.-.v:/. RUOCBT
I i I
ii i Ks
l^lhi*
HERRBY notlfli .1 that a
fl-T Dlvon e ha* been Wed
and sou arc hereby r--
.rve a apy "f your .if 1 -
..r pl*A'l:nft to tin- Cotn-
Plaintiff- attorney JOHN
DHER, It N W !7ih Aw-
Florl :iri li'ii the Clerk of the above
- b< lore ih.- Kilt da)
|71 or .i 1 > tult will I" en-
) u
11.
II LEATHERMAN
, k of i "ir u'T Court
F IPBLAND
S. Ill
1/11 It .
OUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
|r FOR DADE COUNTY.
RlDA IN PROBATE
No 71-7141
IPnmml
ICE TO CREDITORS
. ,.i
. H PAIRM LN,
I All Ti
I i \. ,
ies UI'NN and JOHN- plaint on Ihe Plaintiff-* all
lytn llullrtlntr, 19 AViiKl.n a All. Suite I"" Itobi
Bui* .- U. -i Flauli r Strvel Miami,
and til' ill-' i
I i'i Pleading In th< utflri nl
tli.- fieri ..t ih. Clrcull i""urt
I" i'T.- thi Mil da) of July. 1971 M
you fail lo do bo, ludjemi I b) d fault
will be taken aKftlnal vou lot tin re-
lief dl Banded in (be 11,11 ,.i c ii..
plalni
Tin- notice shall !" published once
-.i.h week lor f"ur ,.....xecutiv) week
ii. THE JBW1HH FLORfDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tin- loth day ol June A I'
: 'Tl
K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, K.
Uy -I i vkisiin
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ANGELO A All. BtKlt'IRE
Suite i'-' Roberta Building
t Went Flack r Sir.-, i
Miami Plorlda JJIJD ::;:;-...,:n
Attorne) (or Plaintiff
t li-!.". i
A I'I..k1' i Street Miami,
A net "i
Pleading in the office ol the Clerk ol
h.- Circuit ur' ..ii .,: I (on thi 33rd
da) ..f .lui> | ;: n >,. ;.,,i ,,. ,i,. .,,
)U'lL-m. in b) default will be taken
against you f..r the r.....f demanded
n. Ihe inn ..f Complain!
Tin* notice -liall be published OTIC!
each week for four corwecutlvi weeks
in THB JEWISH FI/tRlDIAN
PONK AND ORDERED :.i Miami,
Florida, this nth day ..i June A.D.
B n i BATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Clrault Court, Dade (Munty, Plorldi
B) C P I'nl'KU.Mi
I >. pu'y Clerk
(fin uii curl seal i
I 'i \ \ ami .ii rHNHt IN, P \
til Blarayni Bulldlnn
Miami. Plorlda 13134)
Attorney* for I'Uiniiff
^___________ -. i-j- : ^.i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1894 (Judoe Pnmm)
In RE Betate "f
AMKI.IA Ii DRAKE
I. .i.-.-i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditor!' and All Permit* II tv
mi: i liiiin- Demandi Acuinxl Said
\ "u an h by nottfi.
1 t.. present any rhilm- ai il i
whi.h you in .i have
KMK \ n DRAKK rt.
I
ella, to the Cou I luili
i unt> lunlii-iii
then
t'nu
f the I
1MIX H FAIR.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR BROWARD COUNTY,
Fl ORIDA
PROBATE NO. 70-4379
JOHN R. BLANTON
IX P.K I'ST vn: tip
i hi \ i / i -i:i .

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AND CLAIMANTS
Vnu .'.'i ." ii "i you are hereby
i required III any
which >. u ol
. nli. r til v ou. n Bffi) Inn! the
..; .ii 'il \ l.zi 1;......
i i mill State i f
Couul Jud|.....i Brow -
1 'i K.....la, ..i their office
u House. Port I Auderdale,
; fust
Rai'h < lamt
n .i mi mual be in w rftlni and
mu :-..'). i ri Bldence and
addn of the < lalm int,
urn In by the claimant,
I -I the aame
w ill b. i il tit; i" law.
Sui ii r. iiitoi "i i.i maul mual i I the
mu. itfr of thi nam< '' li\- r
.. i.\ "i -u. ii ,-t..ini to .-. .'I '' unty
in compliance with Chapter
; I mil "i Plorlda (or l*>Ci
Tin- i"ih .lay : .'u'.'-. li'Tl
ANDREW TflTH- Attorn*)
..... N" K IZSlh SI
Miami. Pli i Ida
Tel T'.T in
ol the Estate of
Ji >HX DZt'lK 'I" !- 'I
; 18-2.1 1 !
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.9409
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RON M.I' Ol'FPEY,
Plal
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2231
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE i:- .ii. ..i
run.ir 'ii 'Ii.MAN
Dei. ...-"I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ll i n .Ii'" Hid A i II.iv-
l|
i
I'ou are herel i 8QUir
ed to presi I di ma mi*
a Hli 'i i' ii ma) i.i it the
-in "I PHILIP H' 'I 'MA V. il. -
i ..-. -i late "i I lade I 11 i. Plorlda,
tu Hi- Count) Judfiea ol l>adi County,
.ui.i fil. the Name In duplicuti and aa
provided Florida
Statutes, ii theli office* In the Coun-
ty Cnurthouae I i Itadi < >utiiy. Flo-
rida, n*ithin sin calendar months from
the lime of ih- flraj publication here-
he ami will i" barretl
l iated al .! ami, Plorlda, thi- 1th
-i.iv of June AD IH7I
IRW I.N ''.' 'I 'MAN
A- Bxeoutor
Plral publlcatli n ol thin notice on
ihe nth day ol .lun. IM1,
8IDVER8TEIN, KWITXEV & KROOP
Attorne) h for
Batate "f Philip fioodman, deceased
4i". Lincoln Rd .
Miami Beach, Pla
f. II-IM-'J.". 7 'I
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NOTICL BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ElEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLO.'lOA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 71- 1I29S
IT FOR D'VORCE
HAD l-ACKI

tice of action
[circuit court of the
[nth judicial circuit
orida in and for
ntv civil action
NO 71.11589
K IT FOR DIVORCE
I N DEAD
DBA I,
I '-a!
\ CO
in I'i .
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KERIB B DEAL an i-----
: thai Bill f '"!
IUM I.....n ftl.'l .ifciiiinst
u are reqjuirad to si
* "Ur Answer or Pli
>f Coiuplalnl on the Plaln-
>. POLLACK, 1 'M
n W Tih Street, suit*
n..rida 33125 (64.
Dflfinal Aiisw.-t or
In the office of the Clerk
t ull Court .'11 "i I'.f.....
day of July. 1!'71 II you
- JU'laintent by .1. lull
ii anunsi >..u f"r the
aandad in Hie Hill ol Com-
. shall b* publlahi d
k f..r f.'ur onsecutlve weeks
l.\ 1SII PI "Ull'IAN
AMD >m>BREI> Ml ''n
tl i- Uth da] "f Jui"' A D
I'.ATHKKMAN. Clerk,
in t, lent. County, i'i'"Ida
I N A HEWBTT
u') Clerk
"i ui t Seal)
tl. Vim'i >M PATH
t> i.. i rtit -
M ..mi. Ph I .....
i ,.11'ift
(OUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
INO FOR DAOE COUNTY,
(LiiHIOA IN PROBATE
No. 70-4123
KRNKST I EE I M'KKY.
JI!
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO 71-11169
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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VICTORIAN! I'I'. I. \ S' 'TA
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NELI IE nil IKY.
I ief< nilanl
i T" NEI.I.IK (ll'PPEY
Ri i idem I'nknown
Vou, NELLIE IH'FPBY ar* here-
b) notified that .. Bill "i Complaint
Divorct haB been filed affalnat
.a .'i rou are re opy ol ) '-ur \ swei I '! <: to
I hi Hill ol en. the P
tl rni s Biik< I .. Il.il|.. t ii. Suite 17-fl
i in House, U"" Northwi
\.. ,ii. M am florid I
hi i itiin.il \ r Pli adit -
p Clerk of th< lit
IGth '!:t\ Ol
'
in- I
i :
I I of I mi lamt.
nil I" published one
u
DIAN
|) I II
I ih i lune A.I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 70-635
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN KK Batate .I
EMILY NKI>".\ SNYDER
1.....eased
NOTICE i- herebj (frven that I
have filed .. Km.il Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and final Dil-
ettante as Executor of the estate of
EMILY NELSON SNYDER, deceased:
and thai on the 16th da) of July. 1971,
will apply t^> Ihe Honorable County
Judges of Dad. County, Plot-Ida, for
approval of said Final Report and
(or distribution and (Inal diaoharsc .'-;
Executor of thi estate of the above-
named decedent This 1Mb day of
.May, 1971.
- Harr? Semonln
HARRY SEM' ININ. Exi utor
MARSHALL II KISHER
I I X A
Miami

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Miami Florida
I '. I 1 T1
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'I iy "f June. 1071
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41
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for Divorce I (||ed
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serve a ropy | < ,1: \. .
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BERNARD II
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Attorney for Pl.nntiff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY. NO 71-115^7
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Jl dl \ II \ Y.Mi IND Ml iRIN
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sun. 1 .; Inti i"i ''
name with th. Clerk
Curt "i 11 tde I < ui I) K
BLANCHE KITTERMAN
MAK'l IN C.oTTPI I
RONALD I. DAVIS
attorney fi Bin Kltterrni
and Martin Gottfried
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN thai
ilie undersigned, dealrln* i" emcaai
In but-lio under the '"';!!""-.,'';''"
of AHIU.TT BON-OTT H RM-
Tl'RE al tlU 8.W :-'li Lana, Miami.
Plorlda 'iii.i Intends to rettiater said
name with the Clerk of the, Clrcull
Court id Dado County, Honda.
ABBOTT BON-OTT, INC.
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No. 71-10852
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Tin- notice shall i" published on.-e
each week for four consecutive weeks
In Till'. JEAN ISH PLORIDLYN
IhiNE AND nKI'KUKI' at Miami.
tl i- .'ill da> of May A.D.
1971
E. it LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
' Ii a.' Court, Dud* County, Florida
Uy: 1. BNBEDKN
Deputy Clerk
ii' i. uit Court S.all
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Sllverateln, Kwltney Jfc Kroop
t/ll-l*-:5 1 I." I in, ..In Load.
Miami Beach, Florida
vii..i ii.t for Plaintiff
I I-11-1X-JS
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.10344
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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NOTICE bV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOK
DADE COUNTY.
No 71-10 It
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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name with th.- clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
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m Jewish Organizations
feWllSll Floridiail Move Toward Merger
orida Friday. June 25, 13"
Sec'ior. 3
.S. Government Wiretapped
lonversations Of ADL Leaders
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era I g n ernmenl gives
. Defense Leaden Iran-
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>, the gun conspir icj
g ilnsl them may have
pped, the Jewish Tele-
\gency has learned. In
a defense motion th ii
conven it ions ol
ndanti ed, the
t !. '. d thai while
i elec-
rveillance of the phones
tht defend mts, the
n ha i
- not
hs c mil of i'i'.
ng to the government
.: which have not
tously published, "if
. nd int! Ii I p rtlclp its
itions It ''
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the b is
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ie th ivemmenl
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to pr (tad the nation
tei I \i.n-'
nd to
ii m Uion against for-
ne icth It lea Ie
: i i the lecut I
States
ti
of th I ireign ;-
ture it ; its
ive the court
l em intaii
101 f wireta
> r -i lintained that
Rations were unrelated
the -'"n conspirac)
The government i
to i". lew the Iran-
itely to determine
|t the tans were legal In
the lefend mts would
right to ace them Ir.
It the government it
letermining whether or
mptoy this Intelligence
the Chi-f Executive
k ike a iinigmt-nt baaed
j fore gn policy eon-
I ms."
ft km It icoompany-
US brief Attorney Gen-
l-nn N Mitchell certil
t would !> practicable
it> to submit to the
court all of th.' | rcum-
stances, u d othi r itions
upon which these authorizations
were based The nature of the
decision to i mploy electronic sur-
vi ill ince I i such purposes, thus,
falls pecul irily within the
of Executive, is
from .iu liei d, competence A
judge's experience In issessing
'probable cause' in the context
i criminal proceeding would
be of little value in determining
the need for instituting or main-
taining a surveillance designed
to obtain foreign intelligence in-
formation."
After reading the transcripts,
the c urt ruled the deft
hi to see them bi cause
th -iv w is substantial prob
ity that the taps were illegal,
th it they led directly to incrim-
inating evidence obtain."! ;>v the
government, and that they would
require the suppression of evi-
dence and the dismissal of
charges. In ordering the dis-
closure of the tans, the court
also held that the defendants
would not be able to conduct a
meaningful defense without ae-
Cl sa to them.
Israel's Prime Minister Golda
Meir was among the Israeli of-
ficials who received the first
five volumes of the "Encyclo-
paedia Judaica" during the past
two months. She expressed
great admiration for the scope,
quality and character of the en-
terprise and emphasized its
importance and value to world
Jewry.
Triumphant Return
IKl. AVIV iJTA" Israel's
leadin '
this week in Medea."
Miss Meron, who had if her
i nputated tw > yi ars ago fol-
|< wing her injur) it. I -rrorist at-
tack on passengers boardin i
El Al plane at Munich Airport,
had thought her career was ended
but she was applauded wildly by
t ;. atregoei and critics alike
Democratic Club Meets
Sen Lee Welssenborn and
Judge Rhea Grossman will be the
guest speakers at Monday's 8 p.m.
meeting of Biscayne Democratic
Club in the Miami Beach Federal
Auditorium. 755 Washington Ave.
l ;.- club's pi eskti nt, Ted Cohen,
will serve as
A battery-operated electrocardiograph invented by
Or. David Demon. Head of the Department of Biologi-
cal Ultrastructure at the Weizmann Institute of Science
in Rehovot. Israel, enables doctors to determine on
'he scene whether the life of a paUent victim ot
^ar or accident can still be saved.
Bj BEN OALLOB
TWO ;-!,.,-
J v sh i ns, the United
tion of
rent discussions over the
yeat the d sir il
er to fie steps
months to bring il
A basic formula and i proposed
structure for the unified organiza-
tion have been approved in prin-
ciple by the national executive
committee of Farband and the
central committees of the LZOA
Both organizations have re-sched-
uled their national conventions to
meet in Monticello next Decem-
ber at the same hotel. They will
para tely it first and thi n
ass iming e ich c invention appi i. -
It ions for the mi rger t h
egates et in a single conven-
tion of
Represent iti> < of the tw > or-
ganiz tions 1h.Ui with deep
roots in the early stages of the
great post-World l Jewish migra-
tion to the United States have
been meeting regularly for month*
in mercer discussions, the Jewish
: iphic A-- ncy was told. It
was igreed that unification would
result in of staff,
md human
mo effectivi
tioi
I concert
to mi '
-
stal
t to
Natioi
era All mi and by 1'
!.." name, Farband, with some 300
.
some 36.000. It h .
the establishment of
Z n ist-orient< d Jew folk
Is, helped to establish the
Jewish Teachers Seminary and
I lie's University in New York,
spot Mrs da> schools in Quebec
and has been active In fund-rais-
ing for Israel, particularly for the
the powerful
Federal in As a mutual b
/ ttion, Farband offers i
\" :. program of insut
th and mortuary bem fits
The Labor Zionist Organization
I in 19 8, ic lording to
Dr. Leo Diesendruck, the Q
: culty member w ho is ts
! sident The LZOA is an i -
gical and political group, with no
benefit pi ms The Yid
nb rs ol F irband. Inl-
le up entirely I ich im-
migrants, still constitute
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Florida Medical Center in Beersheba. a
unit in the network of hospitals and clinics
of the Histadiut in Israel. Shown from left
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Y. June 25, 1971
vjfnitf Hi kuHihi/,
Page 3-E
ixwell Waas Reelected President At
fh Annual Meeting Held By Beth David
ixui'ii Waat ovaa elected to a
ti,i ii im as presldi nl o( !' th
i 'ongp gation at IS i m-

it
MWHKI.I. WAAS
annual meeting, accord-
. .in announcement madi t>\
y mm i. chairman of the
iting committee, Hei Bel* !
m ai chosen to serve in
. u ly-ci eated iiv' ol w cu-
president.
, ol officers for the
. ar also Incl
Ti n-
- Roserl
N Sholl
''' berger, via presid nts;
I. treasurer; Howard
treasurer; Dr
fin incial seen tary,
ami Ted Goruon,
tary,
v < enter our 60th y ir I
wili cerl [rive to carry out
& l.i David's mott i 'Moi
You in IX-IT" said Mr, Waas In
Synagogue" m
sagi to ih. membi rship.
O'Brien Elected By
Dade Federal S & L
Richai I Jr., has i i n
c looted ass stani tn asurer of Dade
il Savii and Loan Assn. of
Miami, according to Ronald A.
Lipton, president.
i M iginally from Pittsfield, Mass..
Mr. ''Hi i. n a 10-year veteran of
ili. savings and loan Industry, has
|lie.-n a residenl oi South FloridaI
for 20 years and now makes ins
home in North Miami Beach.
Mr O'Brien attended tli- I'm- j
\ i rsity "i Mi iml and the Ann i lean '
I Loan Institute, and is
pros ntly activi as an officer in
the [nstitUti 11 also holds m, m-
bership in the Chamber ol Com-
merce and the Kiwanis.
Recognizing that anti-Zionism is fast be-
coming a codeword for anti-Semitism and
anti-Israelism, prominent American Jews
have responded to the million member roll
call of the American Zionist Federation by
joining as members at large. From left
(top) are Dr. Abraham J. Heschel, theolog-
ian; Isaac Bashevis Singer, author; Ar-
thur J. Goldberg, former Supreme Court
Justice and diplomat; and Richard Tuck-
er, opera star; (bottom) Elie Wiesel, writer;
Dr. Haim Ginott, child psychologist; Her-
man Wouk, author; and Chaim Gross,
sculptor. Rabbi Israel Miller, president of
the American Zionist Federation, said,
"This is their answer to the attacks on
Zionism and the security of Israel."
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;.me 25. 1971
Page 5-B
W District 5 Holding
st Annual Convention
:ii!i Women District 5
ling !t< 3Lst annual oon-
v inta. ''< thi< week-
njunction .. 11ii that !
: .-I Grand Uxl>-
;.th Women is an in-.
r I Jewish service <>:
f 140 000 members en-1
civic, educational and'
i>ic programs. District ii
i.- District of Columbia
; it. of Maryland, Vir-
th Carolina, South Cnro-1
(ia and Florida.
;iut/n;ck. p.'st president
"J'rith. will ijiw the key-
si to approximately 50)
at a joint opening sea-
day evening. Urivnn^
tended in In hall of the
Ui.uit i by \v. Wynne
Herman Kopion of l>an-
and Mrs. Sidney Bloom
Spring M.I.. presidents
"i men and women tv-
u;ii welcome tin- deic-
k- h ind to greet the astern-
Joe Rothman, president i
ci B'rith Georgia State
n Mis Michael Shapiro
ton, D.C, past inter-
i lident of B'nai B'rith
;ll b.- present through-
>nwrit i: Mrs Shapiro
lent of B'nai B'rith
n 1968 to Febi u ii 5
Ham \Ve\ier of Savan-
lent ol B"n ii H nth
tint lunch.mii meet-
A Suthl i> r '
men > Workshop called
..' of the c, mi.'' i' in-
; ring Mrs. Bett)
I oithern I Krector of Edu-
cation, Anti-Defamation I.
will follow, with Mrs, Harry Orn-
ttein of N.nth Palm Beach thud
wc president of B'nai B'ritsi Wom-
en District 5, presiding.
Mond ly afternoon, there will be
a Community Sen ce Seminar,
with Mis. Ela ne Whitel iw ol
New York. Directoi ,)t Volunteer
Services lur the National Founda-
tion March >f Dimes, i~ moderator
and Mrs, Leonard Ruben, presi-
dent-ek ct. pres tin
A highlight of Uh- cr.v>ntion
'.viii be the Monday evening |oint
instillation banquet at the Shera-
ton Biltmore Hotel. The convention
will end Tuesday with an awards
luncheon, during which selected
H'nni B'rith Women (."h ipten fron
all parts ol District 5 will receive
ecognition for outstanding ac-
complishmenu In various activit -
Mrs Ronald Kit? >f Atlanta,
the BBW District 5 aw irds chair-
man, will preside at the luncheon.
Dance Instruction Available
During the lummer. Nate Sirota
will In' instructing folk, round and '
square dance classes at the Ida M.
Pishei Community School, 1424
Drexel Ave, Beginntera class i-
held Wednesdays from 7:30 to 10
p.m.: intermediates meet Monday,
Thursday and Friday at the same
time. The Larry London Dance
studios will be conducting social
and ballroom dancing classes at
p m each Tues laj and Fri-
day; It win Stern is directing the
games and dancing on the school's
patio i ach Tuesday
New Leaders Elected By
Ladies Auxiliary Of JW\
Lee Elterman has been elected
to professional membership in
the National Society of Interior
Designers, according to Arturo
Pini di San Miniato. president
of the organization. Mrs. Elter-
man has made contributions in
design to no less than 27 area
highrises and condominium
complexes already this year.
Card Party-Bazaar
The Shore L'nit of the Papani-
Colaou Cancer Research Institute
of Miami will hold a bazaar and
card partV Wednesday noon at the
Corinthian Apartments, 5825 Col-
lins Ave. Chairman of the day is
Mrs Murry Goodman.
FOR SALE
One 14K Ladies ring handmade
containing one Rd diamond weigh-
ing .65 carats Silver Cape, and 27
Rd. Diamond* weighing 1.2S Ct.
total weight. Appraised at SI000.
-Will sell for S685-Cc.ll 443 6505
New leaders were elected by
the membei bf the Depart men!
of Florida I-idies Auxiliar\ of the [
Jewish War Veterans of the United
si.it, m AmerW i d theii
nnrmtil'-'s^.M.' cOriventMh li'liT re-
cently a> the Americana Hotel.
Mrs Sally Levy, a member ol
the Miami Beach Auxiliary 330
is the newly-elected president for
the Department of Florida. Ladies
Auxiliary. Department officers
also include;
Lillian Schoen of Aux. 677. sen-
ior vice president; Shirley Tragash
of Aux. 723, junior vice president;
Evelyn Ferdie of Aux. 243, treas-
urer; Ceil Zucker of Aux. 682.
chaplain: Fsel'e Swartz of Aux.
174. patriotic instructor; Jeanne
Charles of Aux. 246. conductress;
Eleanor Pales of Aux. 223 histor-1
lan; Sydelle Lcvitch of Aux. 681.
sjuard; Mrs. Sydell Kahn of Aux.
682, recording secretary, and Thel-
ma Weinman of Aux. 330 corres-
ponding secretary.
During the awards luncheon at
the convention, Mrs. Frieda Cohen,
a long time resident of Miami
Beach and member of the Harrv
l! (''.hi'. Auxiliary 723, Su I
was nted with thi co '
the V-ar" award. M .
':li.i Bergi r ol Baj Harbor, a
member "! the Norman I
f.ro'.wi .\i,\ liarj 17-1 ..f Mi
was the recipient ol the Bertha
i Memoiill award.
Mrs. Nat Brown of North Miami
I'.. ach a pa>t Department presi-
dent and National Deput> lor V I
Tans Administration Volunt-e:"
Service and Mrs Marvin Haspil
VAVs representative for the E>e-
partment <>t Florida Ladies Auxil-
iary of thr Jewish War Veterans
at the Miami Veterans Hospital,
were !>oth honored during the
luncheon for their outstanding
work at the Veterans Hospital.
Splash Party At T Monday
The Y' Social Singles Group of
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
will hold a splash party beside the
pool at the Central Y." 8500 SW
rfth St.. at 8:30 p.m. Monday. In
addition to swimming, there will
be dancing, a corn roast and fun
for all. Herb Rubin is the group's
supervisor.
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Page 7-B
Miami Happenings

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(i.H.iu- Laager ol C
1, '. :ted vice p
dent o the National Associa-
tion of Accountants for 1971-72
ai ih association's 52nd annual
Inti rial oral conference in Ha-
.'..i. A graduate of the Uniwi*-
- : M im Mr, Longer, who
has Iccl urrd and w i itten numer-
oua articles on accounting for
variou< trad, journals and was
ntributor lo the Pn ntice
Hall book. Portfolio ol Account-
ing Systems 1968) has -
in ih. Miami Chapter ol N.\.\
i- ; raid -ut and president
and Iso as director ol p iblic
relations, programs and man i-
scripts. He is a national dire I
ol NAA and .i member ol the
Greater Miami's "Y" Women ctficers for the
, cminq year include (from left) Mrs. Bert
Kleinman. vice president-programming; Mrs.
Bernard Berger. recording secretary; Mis.
Lee Shapiro, president; Mrs. Alan Leiter,
vice president-membership; Mis. Max Erd-
heim, treasurer; Mrs. Murray Goldberg,
vice president; Mrs. Maurice Green, corre-
sponding secretary.
'rn'.v in :.:!led presidents of the Divi-
oi the Giecter Miami Section. National
Jour.cil of Jewish Women are picture
-l month's installation luncheon. From left
ITS Mrs. Jack Thaw, Lakes; Mrs. Irwin
Loman, Shores; Mis. Maurice Gresn. Bay;
Mi s. Sophia Neer, Indian-Islands; Mrs.
Philip Bloom, Section; Mrs. Julius Fiiedmnn,
Ccral; Mrs. Anna Singer, Lincoln and Mrs.
Marvin Sheldon, South Dade.
Former Miami Resident's
Engagement Announced
Mr bidnej I> utsch of
sidents ol Gn ater Mi-
1950 I" 1965, anno mce
ment of their daughter,
r"i in Susan, to Ivan Martin Lef-
COW 11/.
Miss Dcutsch, graduate ol Or-
lando's Edgewater lli^-h School, ia
mployed by the Master Charge
firm. Her fiance, the son of Mr
ind Mrs. Emesl Lefkowitz, gradu-
itcd from Edgewater High School
11id attendi d the University "f
m rth < 'arolina before enrollii it
al I"i j i v. i sitj .
Wometco Theatres-
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Members of the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida, at a luncheon indoctrination
meeting held at the Carillon Hctel before
the group left for three weeks in Israel,
are. from left to right, (seated Philip Sahl.
Mi.dred Sahl. Mildred Cohen, and Mrs. and
Mr. Beinaid Gingold; (standing) Mrs. Shep
Davis. Mi. Davis, Roberta Gans, Elhanan
Segal of El Al Airlines and Edward Tumaroff,
executive director of the Histadrut Council.
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can Accountin las itio
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l.i> RUNtlT, | t of A. T
Kusti r furniture Co o M
and Fun Lauderdaie, has beei
elected I i a rve a 2-year I r n
hi tii Board of Governors of th
National Wh ilosale Furnitur
A--in:,it! m, Mr. Buster ia .ii
on the Vssocii
m il Aft nmll
tee, v' hull w irks with (tongres
iiivl l' >\ernmenl rjencii s Oi
matters ff etine the furnitur
industrj nnd whol< -


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elect, pres.den
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uncemen
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lent. S1 lies to M
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Han \ .. .i don
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1, S.Y., i ecerrtij
Matthew MonenMs was name
i i succeed Dr. Daniel IsaitcaaB
as president.
now
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J-or J hcsc Jjrides
Robinson-Miller
ller .ukI Harry fl
agad their vawa iatur- i
L9, ;n 9 pin R tbbi Irv-
in and Canl \
ti.', at the ceremony in the
ivi 1- ll"''-'.: the reception
i the hotel's Na
Tin- bride is the daughti r
. [rving Miller, 22S Fairwaj
,,: ,i i om'i m ithei
ibinson, 1415 Me-
v.. Moth in it'-
iversity "f Miami I
icber it Sanl i Clara Ele-
ntarj School while her bus-
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bride's dreai was >>f white
Hk organza with ch^ntilly lace:
wore flor il crown of ste
i i Attendant! incluck d,
\ Urett, maid ot honor
lids Elizabeth Weinbera
elot ciipelrt of matching lace and
roarls held hor veil of silk Mil-
lion and ii cascade of cymbidium
orchids served aa thi bridal bou-
iuet.
The brid? was given away by
'" brother, Richard. Attending
I the I b her siati r, Barbara
dd nt honor; thi
I, niii-
: honor, and V\
".( o'.j : Howai d, bi i les n lids 'I he
m had his Monro
- best an; J imi Nil li thi
Phil R ibin,
R berl H nard a c >usin ol
ride, sen shers
\ nong l st the
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Ma Mrs ITi
M I ol i ...: i!
'I* w i!! sp 'nil their
a i i-v eek I 'arib-
I iie.m cruis : upon their return they
I *ill be at horn, al 10899 N. Ken-
dall Dr.
AUtS. STfVf IPSlllH
Smith, Cheryl ("arson aril
i Miller, hinior bi kdoema d
man tor the groom
KirifkHes; Lenny Glide,
i Holler and Arthur Stcim r
- ushers
i ewlvweds will m ike I
12525 NE 13th \
VI ami after ii hone) mo
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Ep&tein-Noriega
ii Noriega became thi
stein m eeremon)
took place in the Kit
'ountry club Sunday, June |
.' pni The wedding recep-
II iwed at the Country Club,
music for dancing by Al
n and his orcheatra. Cant
I d Browdy UUlg during the .
many conducted by Rabbi
man Shapiro: both are affili-
.lh Temple Zion.
llian is the daughter ot Mr.
Mrs Isidore- Noriega. 10798
SW 47th T r Mr. and Mrs. Bern-
ard Epstein ol 921 Placetas A..
Coral i iabh are thi pan nts "f
the groom,
The bride selected a gown of
white organdy, having a laci top
emb : it red with sm..!', w hite
H r Juliet he idpk a is
il-i) embroidi red with \- ai
style.
( arol Cooli \ was ma d of!
rh.' croon sister-in-law, Carol
K; Beth Poulo. and Wendy
. : om't sisti '. w en
deama Is Hilda Larralde the
br i' 5 c iusin, .vas funii b idi --

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served as beat man Isidoi No
riega Jr and All Ian Iro N
brothers of thi bride, and R nald
m i is -
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A gradual u.i
bridi who now
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plans to teach l '
Coral Gables
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Mian Dad l
therapy i I
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no-week cruli
Mr. and Mrs F.\ > n
. al 1251
\\. i Gable*
"i iid down the skitt and bordered
Ihc detachable chapel-k ngth train.
\ lace and pearl-covered Camelot
headpiece held the multi-tiered il-
lusion veil in place.
The In ides mother ehoee a
floor-length gown of pink chiffon
with long full sleeves and empire
bodice. The neckline was cmbroid-
i>d with heads. The same trim
was used down the front of the
bodice ;inet encircled the waist.
After an t ight-day honeymoon
In Las Brisas, Acapulco, Mexico,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd will make
their home in Miami.
I.\nn Hid} Farber became Mrs.
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Patricia Susan Al i ni the
bride ni Robei t Isaai !' n
a double ring ceremony at Temple
Beth Am Saturday night. Jum 19
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgai
ficiated at the wedding.
The bride, daughter 01 Mrs
Bernard Abel, and the lati Dr
Bernard Abel. 740 Cremoa Ave.,
\$ i graduate of Coral Gables Si n-
, ior Hich School Mlami-Dade Jun-
ior College, .md the Universitj of
South Florida in Tamp
Parents ol the proom are Mr.
and Mrs. SamiM I llenaim. "."M0
SW Sfith St. A graduate of South-
w.-st Miami High and Miam
Junior Cotlepe, he Is pres Fitly at-
tending thi Universitj of M
For her wedding thi bride chose
; i candlelight wn ot pure
silk i e-embri dered with
; \\,.,, nd seed pea Is Her
A-lim -1- iwi d fi
- ..-, usti d wil
, V mo
Lloyd'Tobiiu
Robin Yvonnt Tobias and Donald
-,i Lloyd exchanged vows at
Beth Torah Congregation Sunday,
June 20, al i 30 p.m, with Rabbi
Max l i| scl itz bj I Rabl Milton
3 inskj offii
Koth the parents of tin I
Mr. and Mrs Lennj. Tobias, I
NW 5th Ave., and the gro
parents, Mr and Mrs I *n\ Id
I yd 2025 NU 183rd St., had the
sami dding date.
: i. new Mis. Lloyd atti ndi d
th< Hebrew Academy and gradu-
ated from th. Hebrew High School
conducted by the Hunan of Jew-
ish Education. A graduati > t Mi-
ami Norland Si nior High School,
both she and her husband, who,
served >" thi Army Reserves after
graduation from Miami Norland
Srnioi High School, are presently!
attending Miami-Dadc Junior Col-
Tin bride's sister. Linda Mussen,
was hi i matron of honor: Sand)
Lloyd, a slater of the proom. was
maid of honor, and bridesmaids
wen Henny I-anper and Pam
robms. Tracy Reanik served as
flower pni and Andy Rein as ring-
bearer; Sheldon Shapiro served as
Ixst man. and Dr. Michael Mussen.
Gary l-amport and Coby Senick
ushered.
Thi bride si lected a pown fash
ioned of white silk orpan/a and
Chantllly lace. It was styled with
an empire bodice, long, full lantern
sleeves .mil an A-lim floor-length
skirt. The bodice was overlaid
with lace appliques an.i i usters ol
laci 'he high
. and cow n d thi slec* ai d
irregular finger pa ace ta-
MS. WIDRIC W. GAKflNKLt
Fndrie \V. Gaifinkle in Balmoral
Hotel ceremonies conducted ik
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel Sunday
June 20. at 1230 p.m. The rltea
were followed by a reception ;it
the hotel.
A Dade County public school
teacher, the bride, daughter ol Mr
md Mrs. Mich;.11 M. Farber, 12521
xi. Mian i PI graduated from
i i I'l ji ids and recfi' *
ier Mas: : ffohfi the i 'ni
Ity ot Miami. Hei husb
the son ol Mr. an I Mrs Sol Gar-
ilapk wood, N.J.. gradu-
n the I iu\ I sit) Ol Tiir.i'.a
now setves as a bank i x i
iner l >i thi Fedei I l posit
- : ice 'iM'p
ty includi d G -"
Farber, maid ol honor; Mrs i,. Ji
isi, in, matri n ol honor; Mis
Morrine Hadden and Nancy Hap.
rls, bridesmaids; Robert Winsbin
besl man. and Robert Bruner, Bill
Hadden, Michael Bryant, D >
Duemler and David Garflnkle,
ushers.
After a hum ymoon tour of Ja-
maica, Puerto Rico and the v.r-
gin Islands. Mr, and Mrs. Gar-
flnkel will make thi Ir home ik
Ilnllandale.
If'eithorn-l.toarson
Anita Louise Isaacson and Vu-
tor Isaac Weithorn were marriet
ai the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. >n
New York Saturday, June 19, *t
8 30 p.m. The wedding party at-
tended the show in the Empire
Room of the hotel featuring Melh*
Moore following thi service, which
a,is conducted by Rabbi Rackrrru,
The honeymoon was postponed mi-
ll September.
Parents of the newlyweds, who
will make their home in Coi il
Gables, are Dr, and Mrs. Marvin
Isaacson, 220 E DiLido Dr., and
Mr. and Mrs David Weithorn, >>T<:
'.lean Ave., Brooklyn, NY.
The bride, wno was wealing an
embroidered white liner dress with.
i SCOOP neck. \v;is attended by
Kllen Weinatock, maul of honm
and her sister Kern Isaacson jun-
ior bridesmaid. The groom Was
; by Phil Purpura as best
i-iiin, and his brother, Mark, junior
Mrs. Weithorn is a graduate ol
Miami Beach High School, where
.he was a cheerleader She attend-
d the Universitj ol Florida and
.ii tn I Ita Phi Kpsi'or.
sororit". Her husband attended
E rasmas Hall High School and re-
ceived a degree in Accounting
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MARSH A 1.1. BERK
Ihall Jay. tht- son of Mr.
k. Alan Work, will become
fitsvatr Saturday. .form 2*.
fnple Zion.
shall, a student at Pinecrost
itary who will be entering
evrnth grade, plays Hie
ft and drums.
md Mrs. Berk will cohost
)n'K Shabbat Friday night
le Kiddush Saturday follow-
|c services. There will also
eceptton Saturday evening
Hi rk homo in Marshall's
Among the honored BUettl
dis grandparents, Mr. and
lobeii Kotkin.
STEPHEN PAI.ANT
|urd iy morning, June 26, Ste-
Paul, I hi'son ol Mr. and Mrs,
1 H. Palant will celebrate:
far Mitzvah al Temple Ner
ipii-n. s studenl si Lear
1 and Nor Tamid Religious
h in received numerous
.111 mler o| liny Scut Troop 91
K:ildtish will follow the serv-
[anil a reception in Stephen's
will he held Saturday eve-
.1 the Seville Hotel,
h-i.f-town guests will include
pint md uncle, Mr ,md Mrs
tx :i and his aunt, Miss Frie-1
rman. of Hamilton, Onl i
(a, and M djor mil Mrs Sid
! cousins from Port Benning,
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ROMAS WASSERLAVF
MTIBS Nathan, the miii of Mr
Mrs Morns Wauerlauf, will
Bar Mltavah it Temple
Saturday, June -''
DmaS, .i student at Cilades
>i High School, plays cornel
i' srhixil hand
and Mrs Wasserlauf will CO-
Ihe Onep Shabbat on Friday
and the Kiddush on Salur-
and hold a reception in
lias' honor Saturday night al
le Zion. Among ih.' honored
will be the celebrant's
parents, Mr and Mis Samuel
ir -ir -Jb
KAKKKI.l. OOBDOM
^rnll. the sun of Mrs. Muriel
HI and grandson of Mrs. Jack
Ion. will become a Bar Mit/-
lat T niple Menorah. Saturday
(i.ng June 36,
Lrrell.who will he entering the
lh grade at Nautilus Junior
School, has boon roe school
"raphe:-. a member of the
I'luh. Smarteen Club and
Visual Club.
^1 km inn the services, a recep-
and luncheon honoring the
?rant will ho held in the Re-
y Room of the Iui|>erial House
V- V V
II \N /.K.IIKI.KOIN
in Carlos, the son of Or and
Abraham Zighelboin will be-
i Bar Mltavah at Temple
Di.th. Saturday morning. June
in. a seventh grade student
m uni High School, plays
jat the Miami Shores Country ,
[K.iilush will be held in honor
occasion following lh< serv-
Mifyucuk
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AARON WOIII.
I 'A' 'hi. the son of Mrs
Austin iiini t'.ie late S imuel
B. will > Bar Mitzvah during
path morning services June
t Temple Sinai of North Dade
Iron, who MRM an award foi
Ice from I'ireynoids Elemon-
School will enter the eighth
i" September at John F
'i> Junior High School
Kokkkt PEAOEE
klv!t Bennett, the son ol x'-
|M Richard Pragi r will be
M't/v.ih Saturday Juiu
I" nnle fSmanu-FJ.
f\ | m ha h ramnlete I the
le at N lutlhis Juniot
i itud '' '''
kntf Si I' ->' 11<
- Boj Scout and
The celebrant \.ill he honored at
reception at hi.- home Saturday
evening Mr.,and Mrs. Maui>
T*r;iri i and MYs. C rtrude Dianow.
Robert's grandparents, will attend
the event.
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LAIRIK BLOOM
The liat Mitzvah of Laurie, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Bloom, 2201 SW 84th Ave. will
take place Friday evening. June
25, it Temple Or Olom.
Laurie, a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High School..
plans to continue her Hebrew edu-1
cation and will co on to Confir-
mation.
Mi md Mrs. Bloom will host!
the Oncg Shabbat following the.
ny and a reception and din-
Saturday evening in honor of
tin lr daughter.
Among the honored guests will
be Laurie's grandparents, Mrs
Anna Bloom arid Mr and Mrs
Hyman Mallen.
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STEVEN EDER
Steven Todd. son of Dr. and
Mrs Stanlej Eder, 2022 SW 82nd
Ct., will celebrate his Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Or Olom Saturday
mormnc. June 26.
Sti ven, i seventh grade stu-
denl it Wesl Junior High School,
m trophy for being an out-
standing swimmer at the YMHA
in 197i.
Dr and Mrs fSder will host the
Once Shabbat Friday evening, the
Kiddush following the services
Saturday and a dinner at Temple
Or Olom Sunday evening in Stev-
en's honor. Dr. Kdor. president of
Temple Or Olom and his wife ire
charter members of the temple
where Mrs. Eder is a membi r ol
thi Sisterhood Board.
Among the honored guests will
be Steven's grandparents, Dr. and
Mis Max Eder, and Mrs. Ida
I., vitt Also attending will be Dr
and Mrs Karl Levitl ol New York
MICHAEL CHABLOFF
Michael, the son of Mr and Mrs
Arthur Charlofl 9323 SW 39th Si .
and Mr. and Mrs William Hriskin,
will become Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
urday, June 26, at Beth David
Congregation
Michael, a seventh grade stu-
dent at RoCKWay Junior High
School, his attended Beth David
Religious School two years
a reception in Michael's honor
Will be held at the Kings Hay
Country Club. Among the honored
guests will be the grandparents.1
Mr. and Mrs. H TragaSh. Mr. and
Mi> Morris Charloff. and Mr and
Mrs. Benjamin Briskin
it it it
LARKY KHULBINGEB
l.arry. tin s.m ot Mrs Bertha
Schulsinger, will obaerve his Bar
MitZVah it Beth Torah Cons;;, i,
tion Saturday. June 26
The celebrant is in his fifth year
at Beth Torah'a Harold Woik Re-
ligious School He will be a mem-
the Confirmation Class >l
1973
6
ALAN BROWDV
\l in, the son of Ml and Ml -
li.ii Browdy, will celebrate his
M tzv ih Saturday, June 26,
,t Beth Tor ih Oongres ition
\! m has ittended Bi th To
H I Woik Religious School for
five years, md will now join the
Confirmation Class ol 191 '
Mr and Mrs. Browdy will honor
their son at the Kiddush following
the sen lo -
t"r 6 ,
ELLIOT UMFKIND
During Saturday morning serv-
,l Beth Torah Congregati >n
on June 26, Elliot, Mi
md M Bert Ri fkind ill be
Ha; Mil/.
Elliot who h l''1 ''"'"'
d W '
Toi ih 'lass

lumn liahelboin
Kootrl Praqer
Farrtll Gordon
A.ron Wohl
fhomas Wauerlauf
NORMAN HERMAN
Norman Bruce, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Krwin L. Berman will
celebrate his Bar Mltavah at Tem-
ple Adath Jeahurun Saturday
morning, June 26.
Norman, an eighth grade stu-
dent at Thomas Jefferson Junior
High School, plays the trombone
in the school hand.
Mr. and Mrs. Berman will host
the Kiddush Saturday, and a lunch-
con Sunday afternoon in honor of
'.he occasion
Among the honored guests will
be Norman's grandparents, Mr,
and Mrs Harry Berman ol Miam
!'. ICh and Mr and Mrs. Nal Brown
if Miami Also attending "ill be
Dr. Perrj Berman, of Philadelphia,
Pa., Mr, md Mrs Max Folk. Scran-
ton, Pa. Miss Anne Kino of Indi- !
inapolis, Ind and Mr, and Mrs
I I.onker of Atlantic City. N .1
H. Edwin Rodda, who has been
appointed treasurer of Ameri-
can Savings & Loan Associa-
tion. Miami Beach, was pre-
viously associated with United
Bancshares of Florida where he
served as controller. A Certi-
fied Public Accountant. Mr.
Rodda. who was a partner in
a CPA firm and served in an
executive capacity with the Ar-
lington Trust Company in Alex-
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11 ncc*rary can read Torah and
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board member and past president, and Jack Katzman,
president of the 'Y.'
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JRCUIT COURT OF THE
ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
ISE NO. 71-11831
BY PUBLICATION
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In ili. office i
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July, i- ti it
,i. judgment by .i. -
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[i.. the. Complaint
it imi Floi nl... tht '.'i
"i: I i. I HERMAN
|k "I t. nil Court
S V HBWBTT
1.. >iu< Clerk
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'.IRCUIT COURT OF THE
INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
|D FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
ICASE NO. 71.11798
llCE BY PUBLICATION
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(IDA IN AND FOR DADE
JNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-1178;
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Id | Miami. Florida IM
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nun on or before the Srtth
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[ii for the relief di out ',!
,f Complaint
..... il ail ba published onre
for four consecutive weeka
JKWISH FWtRIDIAN
IND i iRDBHED :> t Miami,
i.- IStti daj .f June A D
I F. \TH RRMAN, Clerk
'-ii 11,.'. ('nsjnty, 1*1"' Ida
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Depat] Clerk
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COUNTY JUDGES COURT
D FOR DADE COUNTY.
JRIDA IN PROBATE
No 71-1540
Arthur w. primm

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: n-ie
UGAL NOTICE
,., NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 71.11648
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VMM AN v v i IRTB v
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: demanded In thi Rill oi i\.m
ilalnt
Thin notice ^'..ill (..- publlahed once
each week for four ronaecutlvi weekr
In i HE JEW I8H PI.ORIDI v\
'-.\K AND ORIIKRKU nl Miami
I Wul.i. ,..: ,,,! daj ,,, lu, A ,
R R l.KVTMKIt.MAN. Clerk
' II un Court, Dade CViunty I -,
ll> : C I" ii ii-ki v.\l i
Ih-puiy Clark
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KVIU >NW IN A 1.ITMAN
II! Ain-I. v HullditiK
Miami, Florida mm:
> !! Plaintiff
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK'H IS IIKKKHV HIV i:\ t| ,
hi uihI. i-iki,.-.1. daalrlng t.. enaaRa
li DUHlneaa un.l.-r the ui nami
' v r.ln itt \- Hi i\.i ITT INTKRI
1 "Rfi al .;_> s vv ;ih ljne, Miami
li nd> i" reaNtei
irae itii tha Clark ol il C'ir<-uli
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A Itin ITT K III i\ -i 11 T INC
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Vttorm > for %pplii ant
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71.^MO
FRANK B DOWLING
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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the 4th rti Fui
s.vvi'i-' STKE-N
Attorni v for t'n I IveculOi
III PuP nt PI ta Ci nter
Miami i
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No 71-11*78
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IAMBS KISSKl.l. rl.KTi'HKl:
I "MA ki i:-'-iii i:
T" I "M V Kl KliHK.K
You I.oma KLETfHER, .. here-
l.v notified that .i Hill < fomplalnl
for Dflvorea has l>-n filed airalnjd
\'>u and j'"u .ir.- requird i" aerve a
ropy "I your Amnrar *r Pleading to
Hi.- Hill ol i 'md.iini on Hi-- Plaintiff*
Kttorne) IIAMVIt AND I.lltlK. KRO
Iv I Ni'HTIIVVKsT Till AVENI'B,
.mi.v.vii FTjORinA SSI51 and ni. tha
..rinirial Answer or Plendlna In the
office "f Ihe Clark .-f the Circuit
Court '" or t'f..r.' ih.- r."ih iliv .if
July IMI II 5"U fail t" .1" o, ju.lc-
m. nt i> ii.-f.iult Kill ht- taken
v ii tm th* relief demanded in the
mil of Complaint
TliiH notice -liall he pabllahed onoe
each waek for fur conaecutlve waekn
In THF. JKWISH FI>'ltllUAN
IxiNE \M' i-1:1'i:i:i:i' at Miami.
Florida, thi.-. Kill day of June \ l>
lTl
R B U6ATIIERMAN. Clerk,
I'ir.uii t'.iur' I ;ul-- County, rlorida
B] .' P li'I'KI VNI'
l nut< i lark
i. ult Court > -in
II v vi vl: AND I I'KIK IS'.'
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Miami I I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No M-24M
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NOI iCE TO CREDITORS
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UGAL NOTICE
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' ICE is HERKin ill\ i:\ thai
.....nden Igm d, i.....
In l.u
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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'-v^Ay^Vr 'JESTAI i
-VIAS.W s UH m:K leridlun
Ul Miami I:..,. '
nil. nil- t., rvKlater
' '! i i- '-t tha Circuit '
l ..i.i. County, Florida
I.INiiil.N I'.KST.VI ,: v\T. INC
,i Plot |ila ,,,,,.,i.in.,,,
JOSH REPHPN K.sw
Attorm i for applli ant
'. 170 u .. -111 r. l: t. 11 Avenue
VI ...in, i:.-.,. h. I'll i uia
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.101
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. I '1.1.
1
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2016
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE i
i i: v K VCKKK.MAN
I Cr. VII Person Hav-
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the estate i 'KF.Ii MAN
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Thin notice Khali bi nul I In d once
... h week for foui
in THE .IKVV ISM II ORIDI v\
DONE AND 'iRDFRED il Miami
thle 4th day of June A Ii
IHlhlli II i I.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDOF S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-S74
In ItK Kwtate of
FRED HI .vi'
I '. axed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'i. dili-re and All Perm us Hav -
Inn Claims "i Demanda Aaaln I Said
K~l.it.
v .ii ,ii r hereb) notified and
ad to p lairm ai tl il. muinU
win.-h you may h.
l i S l
Florida,
'.71
K B I.KATHBKMAN, c|erk
| In un I'.uirt. Dade Countv, Florida
I'-v : I. SNEEDEN
Iii-puiy i I.ii<
nil Curt S",.||
Hi lltKHT H 5VRNB
550 I.,n, oln ltd .
i lb ... h. Fla.
Attorni miff
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the l- ii 1971,
JfiSEPH SCHMIKK
Am. i for E
I Incvln Koad Miami Iteach, Fl
.: 1-11-18-J!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si 'Tin; is HEREBY tllVKN
th. uii'l. i vu-.n.-il. di-alrlnit to i .
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10500
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANDRA I' <-| A Vl'i '\,
I- tiff,
I
Wll BON B I I.VVT'iN.
I niianl
To VV II SUN i; < 1 .v V Ti >N"
ii'. .- SI n ai Deliver, Colorado
You. WILSON II CLAYTON, ura
hereby notified thul a Bill of Ooro-
the urn.
if, or the

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firal i'ul.1" .
haired
liaii il al Minm P
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-23
' RE I.

Dec.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I :
' m Demand I Said

ed to preaeni mandi
In. h you n havi the
IIKHKI K\
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lui iti ,; .1 .,- pro-
-
in. -. in theii thi i untj
: I .;
:..iar in..mil- from the
- ii,- rat | uh leal n hereof i i
ami mil I.- barred
I'i.i.i ,,t Miami, Florida, Ih
ia> June v i> !:-7i
HARRY BERKLEY
A- Executor
l"ir-1 put-In all..,i "f thl
the Hlh da] "i -In--. 1971
KIIMMBI, Hk;K-US l.i.UI'.KK
ASHENKMAN
Attorney f"r Executor
4L'.' Uncoln Itoa.l.
.Miami Beach, Florida
( ll-K-.-. 7 !
' Roth, SI
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K\
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
rici: IS HEIll IIY U1VE.N tl il

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Florid in r.
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Circuit Cot
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on or liefon th da 1971.
li '"ii fall to d...... Judgment by d.'-
I you for tli-
!';. i'-.|n-
pu hed '.n.-o
... h i,
in 'I UK IKW ISH \ N
1" '"- i. \.\'D -I iKHKD at Miami,
VI' 1971,
I.KATHEHMAN I ii
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 711
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
VIVIAN M IM 'Nl llli-lv.
If,
vs.
' \ v Ri VCH1CK,
I lefi
11 Nl 't; MAN .IA V B< 'NCH1CK
c o Robei
I Ion vv, i a,
ii.ii: .. Ni York Ifl -
Y"U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
th.it .in a. lion for |M\",,
filed uitalnet >"U and >"ii are re-
.inn ed to ropy ol your writ -
t.-n defense*, If any. to It on HENRY
MORTON, attorney (or plaintiff
, Id I'll Biaca) ne Build-
init. Mi .im. Kl"t Ida MHO, and file
thi oriarinul uitli the clerk "f ihe
above styled i-ourt on or before -luly I
IS, 1911; ..ili. ti. -. a .l.-fault will be,
.nt. red again*! >"U fur Ihe relief i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'iTi. i: is lil ItEID -:iv EN tint
Ibe U '
it- umli n name
t k s LfKPMANN
v : !:.- i- v al 1." I Ro !
Suite 331S9
1 e/|tl
u Court of
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JACK .- I.IEP-M t.NN .U'
' l-11-IS-H
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10856
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SYLVANIA STTTCN.
PlainQfl
v-
Tin 'Vi vs Bl'TTt >N, .11:
Defi ndant
Tl Ml Thomas Button. .Ir
(07 )'... : vi enue
Akron. I ihlo
You. Till i.MAS SI TTiiN,
hereby notified t',..t Mill
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71.11062
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
WILLIAM A. IHTTI.OKK.
Plaintiff,
vs
MARTHA MARIE DITTD >FF,
Defendant
TO. MARTHA MARIE DITTUIFF.
:>> Mullen Avenue
VVanaquc, New Jerae) "71..".
You. MARTHA MARIE I>ITTI/>FF.
are hereby notified that .. Mill ..f Com-
plaint for Dtvoree h...- been filed
airalnst you. an.t you are re.iui^ed ti I
aerve ropy .-t your Answer t Plead-
ina to th,- inn nf CnmDlaint on th.-
Plaint I ffa attorney, I R MAYERS,
Beybold Buildlnit, Miami. Florida
Mill an.l file the orlfeTlnaJ Answer or
Pleadina In the office "f the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
lath day of July HTi If you fail to
do so. ill*-in. l.v default a ill I"
taken against you for ih" relief de-
Hill "f -"Illlilaiiil.
This notice shall be publisheil once
.i. ii a lor four nsecutlvi
In THE JEW ISH pi ORIDIA N
PONE VV|. ORDERED at Miami.
Ith da) "i Jut v i'
'"71
R B. f.l VTHBRM IN Cli rk
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Ji:. are
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been
Htr.-ult i'ourt Seal)
IENRY NORTON
Attorney for Plainliff
MOD Mis.-ayne Muihllnic
Miami. Florida I31S0
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I IS HKHKin '
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NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10720
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1 AMES It DWYBR, JR.,
plalntifl
Vs.
vv ii.HKi.MlNA DWYBR a
LINDA M DWYER,
I.. fendanl
To vv n HK1..MIN v I'W v l.u a. k/a
LINDA M PVi V ER
VVeatport, Conni *fl
You. vv II.IIKI Ml\.v |.vv I'fcW .. 'k -.
I m DWYER, an hen hj notlfl-
: ., Mill Of Col it for DI- i
I..,, i.... n fib d aaa nsi you.
and i ii are t equin d I
I \. u- Ai.-w ar or l
I
\ri. KWrTNEl SILVER-
K VV IT-.
It Miami IV h, i
|ng I,, the office of the Clerk '-r the i
. .. i -ii ,,- before the Mth
If > it I
taken
led in
th. Bill ol Compli
This ii"ti-
each ecutive weeks
i THE JEW ISH Fl IRIDIAN
I ii -\ i: AND 'Ri iEHBI Miami,
Florida thl '""' '
i E ITHERMAN, '> rh
III Court, D I-''-1 Ida
, i SNEEDEN
I teputy i Merit
-lift Seal I
'VI I. KVV 1INKY
Mil V-KRSTKIN. KWH-NKY & KROOP
l*fl Un
Hiaml Iteach, Florida
Pmmtiff
C U-11-15 7 :
before the 19th day of July. IMt If
you fail to 'I-- so fudffmeni bj default
will he taken asainal >..u for the
relief demanded In the Hill of tvm-
plalnt.
This notlee shall be published once
each wreak for t-ur conaerotiYe weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIMAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, ihia llih day of June A.D.
1971
E I. l EATHERMAN Clerk,
Clreuil Court, Dadi <'- u111:- Kl-Tida
I'.i C P > .MKI.XNll
I leput] Clerk
ICIn nit Courl s.
DCNN and JOHNSON. P A
H* Mi-* ayne Bulldii t.
Miami. Kl.,'
Attorne) lot Plaintiff
f. Il .18-25 7'a
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
JOHN R BLANTON
I I
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I Hav-
Said

You are 1 I r. 'tuir-
ii I., preaeni an) Im* at manda
, n in..i -t the e*-
FR \N
I untj Flat
v. and
pro-
I i -t.i-n-.
i ,.unty
I'ourthnuae iti Dnde County, K'ori.lri,
within from the
in. ,i thi firsl i"i atlon hereof,
or the same will !> hat i.-.!
Dated ..i Mian :7th
May, A D 1971,
I V v v N K
v- Executor
ul.In ati"', tn e cm tha
nth day of .lun.. 1971.
STANDBY M PRED
Attorn, i Iot Bxecotor
le I .1. rl MuildlllK
Miami. Florida I
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Friday.
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 28c ON 2!
TOMATO JUICE
TOPU.S. CHOICE WESTERN
| 4 FOOD FAIR = 1
CHUCK
LIMIT 2 CANS EITHER MANO PlfASf WiTf,
OTHE* PUtCHASfS O* S 0 MOI> HCLUDINC CiGAtETTfS
ONUS SPCCIAl1 SAVE 21c
LIBBY'S
COCKTAIL
17-OZ
CANS
Libby's Sliced Peaches 4 s1
Libby's Bartleft Pears 3 $1
5 $1
4 s1

CAN
Libby's Vegetables

Libby's Garden Peas
BON^.i IMOAI U.li (_ MiONCAlOM
WELCHADE
GRAPE DRINK
Libby's Green Beans
CAMPBEU S
V-8 Cocktail Juice
Nestle's Ice Tea Mix
-
Riceland Rice
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
i
34
5 M
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31
39
SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
\jMi YOURS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
TOP QUA. ,SCiOuS VINE RIPENED
'LOPES
46 07
3
FLO-SUM
ORANGE JUICE
QUART
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"Temp Tee"Cream Cheese 49
Alt FLAVORS
Master's Yogurt 5 99
SAVE ".0. Si ; -
Kraft American Singles 69c
SAVE 10< IMPORTED AUSTRIAN
Alps Swiss Cheese 85
Doric CHrus Punch 10 99
Ml
FAST CLEANING ACTION! SAVE UP TO 36c!
FOR
Bing Cherries 69
Fancy Slicing Tomatoes 39
quantity tiCMTs tistavfo
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MCA?
SLICED 1 RAN -
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GRIDDLES KNOCKS or
SPECIALS .....99
New York Style Pastrami 69'
WESTERN SELECT SLICED
SKINNED
Til
LIVER

California Roast
London Broil
Beef Cube Steaks
Fresh Ground Chuck
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FRYER
QUARTERS
.
3
Southern Chicken
Boston Roast
Boneless Chuck Steaks
Shoulder Steaks
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20
HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER
FRANKS or
KNOCKS
Kraft Parkay Margarine
Master's Sour Cream

Horn A Hardart Salads
DINNfP H
Copeland's Franks

Munchee Cheese
99
Vita Creamed Herring

BONUS ACTION! SAVE UP TO 24c
LAUNDRY
DETERGENT
PUNCH
11 CRACKERS
NABISCO SUNSHINE FOOD FAIR
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= = UNSALTED
LIMIT ONI PKC EITHER MAND PlIASI WITH
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19 14
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GleemlT Tooth Paste
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73'
Mackerel

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Ken-L-Ration Dog Food 6
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2-z77
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